Study: Islamic fundamentalism is not a marginal phenomenon in EuropeWatch
Islamophobic "researcher" publishes an article in a smear campaign against muslims.
Among West European Muslim communities, almost 60% agree that Muslims should return to the roots of Islam, 75% think there is only one interpretation of the Koran possible to which every Muslim should stick and 65% say that religious rules are more important to them than the laws of the country in which they live. Consistent fundamentalist beliefs, with agreement to all three statements, are found among 44% of the interviewed Muslims. Fundamentalist attitudes are slightly less prevalent among Sunni Muslims with a Turkish (45% agreement to all three statements) compared to a Moroccan (50%) background.
Against the idea that fundamentalism is a reaction to exclusion by the host society, we find the lowest levels of fundamentalism in Germany, where Muslims enjoy fewer religious rights than in any of the other five countries, with 30% agreeing to all three statements. 47% of German Muslims agreed with the statement that following the rules of one’s religion is more important than democracy/
The results of regression analyses controlling for education, labour market status, age, gender, and marital status reveal that while some of these variables explain variation in fundamentalism within both religious groups, they do not at all explain or even diminish the difference between Muslims and Christians. Fundamentalist attitudes are as widespread among young as among older Muslims.
Almost 60% reject homosexuals as friends and 45% think that Jews cannot be trusted. While about one in five natives can be considered as Islamophobic, the level of phobia against the West among Muslims is much higher still, with 54% believing that the West is out to destroy Islam. These findings concord with the fact that, as a 2006 study of the Pew research institute showed, about half of the Muslims living in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom believe that the attacks of 9/11 were not carried out by Muslims, but were orchestrated by the West and/or Jews.
These findings clearly contradict the often-heard claim that Islamic religious fundamentalism is a marginal phenomenon in Western Europe or that it does not differ from the extent of fundamentalism among the Christian majority.
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And it's all his fault?
And this is why I oppose Islam. Not because of some fear of "omg they are all going to kills us", but because the ideology is backwards and incompatible with our values.
We should not be allowing immigration from people who share beliefs which are incompatible with western values.
You wouldn't allow someone into your house if they believed you should be killed for who you are so why let them in your country?
If politicians don't start listening to people on this then there will be a Donald Trump or worse in power in every European nation within the next 5 years.
Because they did invite them into the West. Or rather, their politicians did, but the Western majority elected them.
Or rather, their politicians did, but the Western majority elected them.
So, all of those decrying the Iraq war as "not in my name" are wrong, and they are responsible for the Iraq war.
Anyone who voted in the last GE is responsible for everything the current Tory government do,as they elected them.
There'll be a lot of tear stained Che tshirts when you tell the SJW wing that!